PSA: Proceedings of the Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association 1984:3 - 13 (1984)
|Abstract||This article is mainly concerned with the methodology of public policy studies and how this methodology compares with that of standard scientific studies. The main systematic section of the article develops a concept of justified policy which is related to the concept of justified procedure that originates in ancient Greek mathematics. The last section sketches some ways in which philosophers can make a methodological contribution to policy analysis. Possible contributions are discussed under four headings: numerical models, statistical methodology, philosophy of applications, and analysis of predictions.|
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